Join the TeleSolv Consulting Team on our mission to provide quality and unparalleled service to our clients. We are a growing organization that provides a variety of professional and administrative services to public and private organizations with global operations. Our company has an immediate opening for an experienced Contract Administrator to support a federal client in the Washington, D.C.area.
About TeleSolv: Rated in the top 1000 business in 2019 by Inc.com. Since its founding in 2000, TeleSolv Consulting has been committed to helping organizations solve complex problems. Our solutions integrate sound management principles with the most appropriate technologies to assist senior executives in effectively managing programmatic, schedule, and technical risks.
We offer excellent compensation, training, advancement opportunities, and exceptional benefits including PTO, sick leave, 10 paid federal holidays, medical, dental, vision, company paid life, short-term and long-term disability insurance, employee assistance program, matching 401(k) plan and more.
Duties / Responsibilities: The Contract Administrator demonstrates expert level knowledge in acquisition regulations, the Basic Contract’s terms and conditions, order procedures, proposal preparation, negotiations, and Basic Contract/Order administration. The Contract Administrator must coordinate with the Contract Program Manager on all reporting requirements and provides expert advice on acquisition policies, regulations and procedures to the Acquisition Team, Contracting Officer (CO), COR, Project Managers, and other agency managers as requested. Leadership in the areas of SOP development and process improvement; policy development and implementation; and compliance and recordkeeping audits is also provided by the Contract Administrator. In the execution of duties, the Contract Administrator utilizes agency systems including, but not limited to, ARIBA, ILMS, GFMS, and GSD Tracker to enter and retrieve data with the permission of the Government. General activities under the scope of responsibility include:
providing oversight to contract transitions and protest
responding to Congressional inquiries
preparing and completing modifications
monitoring burn rates
working in close coordination with Program Manager on contract guidance
leading and conduct contract briefings and periodic meetings with internal and external stake holders
assisting with quality assurance surveillance functions and support the COR, as required, by providing advice, recommendations, and documentation
working with staff on contract close outs
preparing and analyzing CPARS evaluations
assisting with the preparation of periodic COR reports for each supported contract, and generates special reports, including IAAs, when necessary.
maintaining a centralized file of all appropriate and required acquisition documents.
leads the planning and development of acquisition-based guides, templates, and instructions on preparing contracting documents as needed.
leads on the development of procurement SOPs.
leads on the advisement of policy changes.
leads and support contract file reviews.
leads and participates in site visits for contract compliance and analytical studies.
Five (5) years of experience with federal acquisition with direct knowledge and understanding of contract regulations, acquisition principles, and pre and post award acquisition support functions
Five (5) years of written and oral communications in an office environment requiring in-person and remote engagement with high level public officials and program colleagues
Five (5) years of experience developing, integrating, and implementing acquisition solutions for diverse, highly complex requirements across multiple areas and disciplines
Five (5) years of experience utilizing a variety of office software, specifically: MS Word, MS Power Point, MS SharePoint, MS Excel, and MS Outlook
U.S. Citizenship required
Applicants with active Clearances are preferred
Advance degree preferred
TeleSolv Consulting is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state, or local protected class.